Unison said it has been given permission by the High Court to seek a judicial review over employment tribunal fees put in place today.
The introduction of punitive fees for taking a claim to an employment tribunal would give the green light to unscrupulous employers to ride roughshod over already basic workers' rights.
The Government should not put a price on justice.
Unison's judicial hearing will be held in October.
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